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cards. i have jesus villa [speaker not understood]. gregory reid and [speaker not understood]. if there are any members of the public that would like to speak, please feel free to line up after those speakers. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is [speaker not understood] high tower, representing the [speaker not understood] and for the public comment i have gregory reid here. he will make the comments for the record. thank you. >> thank you. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. i'm gregory reid with a. philip randolph institute, san francisco. we are here to say we are very, very excited about this project because we're one of the cbos that worked very hard, community based organizations that worked very hard to help get the local ordinance in with this project that is now [speaker not understood] with this project. and with that, we work hard as an organization to help get -- find employment for people who are in the community, here in san francisco particularly, the bayview hunters point area as well as throughout the whole city. with all that said, though, we would like
, supervisors. i'm gregory reid with a. philip randolph institute, san francisco. we are here to say we are very, very excited about this project because we're one of the cbos that worked very hard, community based organizations that worked very hard to help get the local ordinance in with this project that is now [speaker not understood] with this project. and with that, we work hard as an organization to help get -- find employment for people who are in the community, here in san francisco particularly, the bayview hunters point area as well as throughout the whole city. with all that said, though, we would like to make sure that the supervisors do take the time to address all the concerns from all the people in the city in a hope that after everything is said and done and this project moves forward, whatever, that it could go forward with the spirit -- positive light, positive spirit so that everyone will be happy and be proud of this project. thank you. >> thank you, mr. reid. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is nick penn. i am with [speaker not understood] south of market employment
for residents in low- lying areas kron-4's alecia reid has details on where people can pick up free sandbags. >> those sandbags behind the are free. to help with the low-lying areas. once the storm heads. 6500 are stockpiled and ready to be distributed for families that need it. they're only available for san francisco residence. people were here with their identification to help keep their homes hom preven helpeven the wanting of empty beds to fill it up themselves. >> remember when you come to get the department of works operations working hard to get a maximum of 10 this sand bags. you will need to show proof of residency. >> people in one san pablo neighborhood hoping for the best, but bracing for the worst tonight. this is video from a previous heavy storm there. it caused flooding and the slide of a hillside .. damaging a number of homes. kron 4's j-r stone went back to that area today.. to see how people there are getting ready for the incoming storm. >> this hillside is covered with a plastic tarp and heavy rainfall is expected in less than 12 hours. it is full of holes. >> i am
to raise the debt ceiling. first, senate majority leader harry reid and republican majority leader mitch mcconnell will talk on the senate floor about the january fiscal deadline. >> since our country voted to return president obama to the white house, i have spoken often about compromise. i remain optimistic that, when it comes to our economy, when it comes to protecting middle-class families from a whopping tax hike, republicans and democrats will be able to find common ground. president dwight eisenhower, a republican, once said, "people talk about the middle of the road as though it were unacceptable. there have to be compromises. the middle of the road is all usable space." so said white house and higher. -- dwight eisenhower. too often, we face off, not realizing that the solution rests somewhere in the middle. i remind everyone of one fact. this congress is one vote away from avoiding a fiscal cliff for middle-class families and small businesses. we can solve the greatest economic emergency facing the nation today if only the house would consent the senate-passed bill freezing --
was eileen maloney. she was terrific. assistant police chief by the name of frank reid tried to dissuade me from taking the job. "don't take it and two weeks later if something happens they will blame you" but i like to take on jobs. well, he kind of felt sorry for me, and i had no vehicles, nothing, no employees. the door bell rang and there is a police officer outside and the chief sent these keys. you have a unmarked police car until you get a vehicle. well, i paid them back. three weeks later i was driving down venice and left on to broadway and the radio went on and strong arm robbery in pacific heights and woman assaulted and bag stolen and identified the car and two individuals and proceeding north on lawenna. gee, i am going in that direction. i have a naval aif eightor's eye and incredible eye sight and wouldn't you know it there is the vehicle coming straight towards me and the traffic was slow and could reach out and touch and i made a u turn and i got on the roo. the director of radio services had a call sign at the time and close to the police chiefs. i got on and call
. >> touchdown. panthers 30-22. poor andy reid loss 7 in a row. san jose state. kansas ranked 10th. san jose state on the road. nice. their only down 7 with two -- they are only down 7 with 2 minutes to play. there you go. the dunk on the other end. san jose state not bad but they lose at kansas 70-57 and the giants world series shares announced today, $377,000 per recipient. what is cute about íj%lxañ4ad here, he will get $377,000. 2a lotj=2of myokççóxdmyrñ 377 for mike and we would like to welcome jackie's friend. grad to have you here -- glads to have you here -- glad to have you here. >> good night.
wound up going to emergency flee d, three days in a row, actually. >> now thousands like reid are taking lead action. civil rights attorney john buress filed a massive lawsuit against chevron on behalf of 5,000 complaints. and he says it's just the start. >>> we anticipate that we'll have another 5,000 or 6,000 that will file in the near future. >> the lawsuit is designed, one to they would them accountable for what they did. to have them acknowledge their misdeeds and not engage in coverup and to fully compensate the individuals who have been damaged financially by this. >> chevron says it set up a claims process, including help centers to compensate victims. they call the lawsuit unnecessary and pledge to fight it vigorously. reid says chevron offered to pay her $500, but shed to join others in the legal action instead. she says she wants chevron to make changes. >> i think it would minimize and cut down a lot of fires. and also to have regular checks. so this can be prevented. zbl now john says he's not sure how much money they will be seeking but he expects it to be quite a bit more
buster deals and they are expecting lines around the block. alicia reid, kron 4 news >> sunny skies, mild temperatures, mid-to upper 60s in a number of locations like santa rosa. 66 degrees this afternoon. concorde, 65, 66 in redwood city, a little cooler in san francisco at 63, 64 along the coast in half moon bay. >> >> taking a live look outside from the bay ridge toll plaza. crystal clear skies. visibility is great. no clouds. cloud cover, the bulk of it is staying up to the north, high pressure is driving the storm track to the north and that will continue over the next several days. what that means is clear skies, both morning and night, we are going to see chilly conditions until tomorrow morning. thanks to the clear skies. they bring us warmer afternoons. that's what we'll see tomorrow. continued warming into saturday. slight cooling by sunday. big changes next week, the complete forecast coming up in just a bit >> california highway patrol out in force this thanksgiving holiday, trying to crack down on drunk driving. kron 4's charles clifford has details on that. >> reporter: from
is accused of assuming the powers of a dictator. reports from holly williams in cairo and chip reid at the white house. on this black friday, are the
-- no, and reid is right behind and denver is up by 6. they outscored them in the second quarter. clay thompson all of his 16 points in the first half. warriors up 6 at the break. nuggets piling on andre iguodala he had a game high and he can dunk big. jeff curry a non-factor and in foul trouble. warriors in minnesota tonight. >> semifinals in anaheim, against pacific. the tigers upset xavier in the opener. driving and scoring two of his 18. tigers are too much. they shoot 53% from the field. he had 18 and gales first off the year, 76-66. >> stanford, winners. as for the football team the formula is simple, beat ucla at rose bowl in pac-12 champs. bruins coming off a huge win. they cinched eight week saturday. the irony should stanford beat ucla the two teams would play again in the pac-12 championship game this friday. >> that is down the road. this is one week of practice in one game. after that, great. we'll be prepared for that. >> i'm counting our teams maturity. all year long we've talked about last week's game doesn't help this weeks game. >> we finished the game on a high and h
. georgia tech with 11 three's in the first four games. brandon reid males two of them. they turned the ball over 21 times. georgia tech takes third place in the tournament. 65-56 the final. all right, to the nfl where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason i was ab
tournament. georgia tech with 11 three's in the first four games. brandon reid males two of them. they turned the ball over 21 times. georgia tech takes third place in the tournament. 65-56 the final. all right, to the nfl where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason
neither house speaker john a. boehner nor senator majority leader harry reid. in a position to make it happen. >> i think that's right. when the time comes, if we get to the time where a grand bargain of, you know, big deal that would take care of the nation's fiscal challenges for the next 10 or 20 or 30 year, the president will have to be the one who lays it all out and he's argued for a balanced approach, has offered, you know, $3 in spending cuts to every $1 in tax increases. what he campaigned on. he's in a good position to make that case. not -- the moment is not right exactly right now but i think when we get there he's going to be the one that will have to frame the whole thing up. >> we saw the polls yesterday and harold, that if this doesn't work out, people are going to blame and it seems republicans will take some of the blame. i think people are beginning to look for movement from both sides but would be upset if it didn't happen with a republican party. >> it has to work out in some form or another. hopefully it's a long-term solution or patchwork solution so it's a qu
discouraging comments from senate majority leader harry reid that led to that sell-off. market will continue in that vein until there is progress. billionaire investor warren buffett telling cnbc this morning says he may go past the december 31 deadline but it won't take too much longer and he is confident that a deal will be reached that will somewhat satisfy all sides. the market is falling again on the "fiscal cliff" word. let's look at the numbers. dow down 67 points. nasdaq down by 22. s&p losing 9. apple shares giving up 1.5% this morning. back to you guys. >> thank you. , kcbs moneywatch reporter jason brooks. >>> time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> norah o'donnell joins us live from washington, d.c. in the capital with more on the big show. good morning. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, frank and michelle. we are here in washington where you'll hear from supreme court justice scalia. the postmaster general, and senator amy klobuchar who is part of a record number of women now in the united states senate. plus a future free of household chores.
it for political reasons. the senate majority leader harry reid put out a statement yesterday saying guys the election is over. enough already. that is the other reason why susan collins is significant. she is not known as someone who would go after people particularly someone who has the potenti potential -- that is why what she said is important because it is difficult to say susan collins is doing this for political reasons. >> great questions live on the spot and also great reporting. thank you for that. yes, secretary of state is currently hillary clinton but mrs. clinton has said she does plan to step down as soon as her successor is lined up. ♪ thanks. [ daughter ] dad... meet julian jones, the third. [ male announcer ] some connections are generational; hi... [ male announcer ] others just a few minutes... look everybody, my new grandson. [ male announcer ] either way, our signal is strong and deeply rooted in the community. cute kid... looks nothing like you. [ male announcer ] the simple joy of staying in touch. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yea
of representatives, the honorable nancy pelosi. [applause] >> good morning. speaker, leaders reid and mcconnell. today when congress bestows the congressional gold medal on arnold palmer, we will be honoring a living legend. he is an icon of american sports and a success in all of his endeavors. a humanitarian, businessman, philanthropist. he personifies the american dream, the idea that anyone can travel as far as their talent will carry them. we think him for his service in the coast guard, for protecting that american dream for all americans. born to humble beginnings and raised in latrobe, pennsylvania, arnold rose from blue-collar roots to becoming the king, the king of golf. as king of golf, he raised up arnold's army. he always demonstrated etiquette, courtesy and friendship to fans and competitors alike. as arnie's army followed him on the course, he taught everyone about perseverance and discipline. he taught us that you can be six strokes ahead, and still lose. but you can be strikes -- six strokes behind and still win. as he said, he always made a total effort, even when the odds see
and part of the gang. thank you for joining us. >> senate leaders spoke with reporters. harry reid said republicans are holding up a deal on the so- called fiscal cliff. republicans said they do not understand why democrats are looking to change the rules on filibusters. this is 20 minutes. >> we had a meeting with the four leaders up here at the white house, it went very well. the problem was that was before thanksgiving. and since that time, there has been little progress with the republicans, which is a disappointment to me. we only have a couple of weeks to get something done. we have to get away from the happy talk and start talking about specific things. and one month taxes are set to rise for all americans. we passed in the -- we passed in the senate a piece of legislation to protect people making less than $250,000 a year. we have rejected on a bipartisan basis the republicans' efforts to extend the tax cuts for everybody. those are the two majors we have dealt with on the senate floor. if we fail to reach an agreement, the average middle- class family will see their taxes go up
. eventually led to the cia director resigning. chip reid is here with more information. >> they finally put somebody out there who we thought would give us some information. this is the first time since the scandal broke that we heard from anyone that would appear to have inside information. it turned out to abby czar press conference featuring a famous celebrity lawyer that only served to raise more questions than it answered. it's been almost two weeks since the story broke and the first person to speak out wasn't general petraeus. it wasn't his alleged mistress broad. nor jill kelley the woman who accidentally uncovered the affair when she allegedly passed threatening emails from broadwell to the fbi. it was natalie khawam. >> we're here today to help the public understand who natalie khawam really is. >> she was joined by none other than gloria allred a celebrity attorney who always seems to find the spotlight when a high profile scandal hits. she was there for the woman who accused disgraced congressman anthony weiner to talk about their racy relation. she was there
reid and the democratic caucus to meet halfway on entitlement reform? >> that is a question, certainly. and i think that the democrats were as unhappy in the part of the democratic caucus when the bargaining negotiations took place. democrats were as unhappy as parts of majority leader cantor's kau can cuss were about the revenue side. you made the point that it's a big deal for speaker boehner to put the notion of new revenue on the table so what has changed in your caucus and your caucus' outlook when the notion of new revenue was for a lot of your members not talked about. what's changed in those districts where people got re-electeded having not changed their position at all? we were re-elected to fix problems. we were elected to fix the problems to get the economy going again and to fix the deficit. well, the president got re-elected. we know at the end of this year taxes are going up on everybody. everybody. rich, poor alike. we have marginal rates across the spectrum going up as well as c cap gains, dividends. everything. this is the so-called fiscal cliff, right? so we know tha
close at the lows of the day. a lot of concern after harry reid made some comments suggesting that maybe there was not a lot of progress made. eamon javers has commented saying you shouldn't read too closely into it, but this morning futures are indicated slightly lower once again. in europe, you'll see that there are some red arrows there as well. in france, the cac is down by about 12 points. in london, the ftse is off by 17. in germany, the dax is down by about 14.5 points. in asia overnight, same story. the hang seng was down by .6 of a percent. the shanghai composite was down by .9. the biggest loser was the nikkei. oil prices are slightly weaker, down by about 42 cents. the ten-year note at this hour is yielding 1.62%. been watching the dlampl here's something that snuck up on us. the chinese -- >> you're going to start saying that? >> you want me to call it -- >> if you start saying this other word, i'm going to learn how to say it. what made you decide? >> i'm thinking rnd, which is how they lay it out. i'm thinking rnb. >> okay, if you're going to do it, i'll practice. >> that's
. president obama has 19 nominees in the pipeline currently, and senator reid needs to move those forward. >> here we go. >> move them forward. it's time. it's important for women who are going to be impacted by these questions. >> i think we should also look at the ways in which these laws impact low-income women. going back to the hyde amendment which we're not talking about anymore. henry hyde would love to prevent any woman from having abortion. how do women get to the point where they're turned away from a clinic. oftentimes, they have trouble paying for an abortion. according to the 2008 numbers, they've declined except low income women. again, these state laws, they impact especially the ones where there aren't providers. the women in the study 150 miles away from the latest providers. they're seeking to drive abortion providers out of business so only the affluent women can travel that far. >> diana, in your study, you're looking at people already in tough economic circumstances. but what can you say with sort of some confidence about both for them and their children, how life wou
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